From “The Free Thought Project”
To some, having their daughters dress like prostitutes, and then steep both their sons and daughters in a sex-worshiping media, and then send them off to an institution that will hide any “surprises” that come as a result, is the grandest of ideas; all in the name of getting a good education of course. If this is you, then you’ll just love this Oregon school district. They’ll make sure your little girl doesn’t get knocked up by implanting an IUD into her uterus. And not only do you not have to worry about knowing about it, but better than that even, you don’t have to pay for it. And of course, if your little girl does get impregnated by some young boy, or maybe not so young boy, there’s always Planned Parenthood who won’t tell a soul, even if the man was twice your daughter’s age. This way the state can fix what it sees as a major problem, helping kids of all ages have lots of sex, sex, sex; and at the same time saving the planet from overpopulation.
From the article:
Even with this nationwide decline , [in birth rates] public schools in Washington are going the extra mile. School-based health clinics in at least 13 Seattle-area public high schools and middle schools now offer long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs), including IUDs and hormonal implants.
These services are available to students in sixth-grade and above at no cost (to the student), according to Washington State officials. The costs are covered by the taxpayers.
The idea of the state taking on the role of gynecological advisor for girls as young as 11-years-old, without their parents’ knowledge, has a slew of ominous implications associated with it.
The irony here is that soda pop is banned in Seattle schools, yet an 11-year-old girl can have a procedure to implant a birth control device inside her, without her parents consent!
In the state’s perverted thinking, the health risk of a soda pop, or an Oreo cookie, is bad, but the harmful side effects of IUD’s, birth control, and being used like a urinal for young boys to relieve themselves is no problem at all. But a cookie and a cola, no way.
Does this make sense to anyone? Evidently yes. This is state run, which governs according to the consent of the governed. And school attendance is not compulsory. But always remember, you don’t have to live this way.